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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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"""Extends the logging module from the standard library."""

__docformat__ = "restructuredtext en"

import os
import sys
import logging

from logilab.common.textutils import colorize_ansi

def set_log_methods(cls, logger):
    """bind standard logger's methods as methods on the class"""
    cls.__logger = logger
    for attr in ('debug', 'info', 'warning', 'error', 'critical', 'exception'):
        setattr(cls, attr, getattr(logger, attr))

def xxx_cyan(record):
    if 'XXX' in record.message:
        return 'cyan'

class ColorFormatter(logging.Formatter):
    A color Formatter for the logging standard module.

    By default, colorize CRITICAL and ERROR in red, WARNING in orange, INFO in
    green and DEBUG in yellow.

    self.colors is customizable via the 'color' constructor argument (dictionary).

    self.colorfilters is a list of functions that get the LogRecord
    and return a color name or None.

    def __init__(self, fmt=None, datefmt=None, colors=None):
        logging.Formatter.__init__(self, fmt, datefmt)
        self.colorfilters = []
        self.colors = {'CRITICAL': 'red',
                       'ERROR': 'red',
                       'WARNING': 'magenta',
                       'INFO': 'green',
                       'DEBUG': 'yellow',
        if colors is not None:
            assert isinstance(colors, dict)

    def format(self, record):
        msg = logging.Formatter.format(self, record)
        if record.levelname in self.colors:
            color = self.colors[record.levelname]
            return colorize_ansi(msg, color)
            for cf in self.colorfilters:
                color = cf(record)
                if color:
                    return colorize_ansi(msg, color)
        return msg

def set_color_formatter(logger=None, **kw):
    Install a color formatter on the 'logger'. If not given, it will
    defaults to the default logger.

    Any additional keyword will be passed as-is to the ColorFormatter
    if logger is None:
        logger = logging.getLogger()
        if not logger.handlers:
    format_msg = logger.handlers[0].formatter._fmt
    fmt = ColorFormatter(format_msg, **kw)

LOG_FORMAT = '%(asctime)s - (%(name)s) %(levelname)s: %(message)s'
LOG_DATE_FORMAT = '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'

def get_handler(debug=False, syslog=False, logfile=None, rotation_parameters=None):
    """get an apropriate handler according to given parameters"""
    if os.environ.get('APYCOT_ROOT'):
        handler = logging.StreamHandler(sys.stdout)
    if debug:
        handler = logging.StreamHandler()
    elif logfile is None:
        if syslog:
            from logging import handlers
            handler = handlers.SysLogHandler()
            handler = logging.StreamHandler()
            if rotation_parameters is None:
                handler = logging.FileHandler(logfile)
                from logging.handlers import TimedRotatingFileHandler
                handler = TimedRotatingFileHandler(
                    logfile, **rotation_parameters)
        except IOError:
            handler = logging.StreamHandler()
    return handler

def get_threshold(debug=False, logthreshold=None):
    if logthreshold is None:
        if debug:
            logthreshold = logging.DEBUG
            logthreshold = logging.ERROR
    elif isinstance(logthreshold, basestring):
        logthreshold = getattr(logging, THRESHOLD_MAP.get(logthreshold,
    return logthreshold

def get_formatter(logformat=LOG_FORMAT, logdateformat=LOG_DATE_FORMAT):
    isatty = hasattr(sys.__stdout__, 'isatty') and sys.__stdout__.isatty()
    if isatty and sys.platform != 'win32':
        fmt = ColorFormatter(logformat, logdateformat)
        def col_fact(record):
            if 'XXX' in record.message:
                return 'cyan'
            if 'kick' in record.message:
                return 'red'
        fmt = logging.Formatter(logformat, logdateformat)
    return fmt

def init_log(debug=False, syslog=False, logthreshold=None, logfile=None,
             logformat=LOG_FORMAT, logdateformat=LOG_DATE_FORMAT, fmt=None,
             rotation_parameters=None, handler=None):
    """init the log service"""
    logger = logging.getLogger()
    if handler is None:
        handler = get_handler(debug, syslog, logfile, rotation_parameters)
    # only addHandler and removeHandler method while I would like a setHandler
    # method, so do it this way :$
    logger.handlers = [handler]
    logthreshold = get_threshold(debug, logthreshold)
    if fmt is None:
        if debug:
            fmt = get_formatter(logformat=logformat, logdateformat=logdateformat)
            fmt = logging.Formatter(logformat, logdateformat)
    return handler

# map logilab.common.logger thresholds to logging thresholds
                 'LOG_INFO':    'INFO',
                 'LOG_NOTICE':  'INFO',
                 'LOG_WARN':    'WARNING',
                 'LOG_WARNING': 'WARNING',
                 'LOG_ERR':     'ERROR',
                 'LOG_ERROR':   'ERROR',
                 'LOG_CRIT':    'CRITICAL',